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Medical test done. What does the values signify? Suggest medicine and diet for high BP, blood sugar and cholesterol

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My Medical reports as below
Fasting Sugar 163.13
Sugar P P 361.02
SR. Creatinine 0.76
Urine Sugar Fasting Trace
Cholestrol 242.15
Triglycerides 212.23
HDL Cholestrol 45.70
LDL 154
TC HDL C Ratio 5.30
LDL-HDL C Ratio 3.37
LDL-VLDL Ratio 3.63
Blood Presure 105 / 150
please also suggest best medicine for high BP (Regular) Sugar, Cholestrol.

Please suggest me medicine for. and natural food for Cholestrol, High BP and Blood Sugar.
Posted Wed, 29 Aug 2012 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Rakhi Tayal 3 hours later
Thanks for posting your query.
Treatment for hypertension, diabetes and hypercholesterolemia is a personalized one and needs a close monitoring for dosage regulation. There is a whole range of suitable medicines and these are prescribed after a physical examination according to the need.
Since I can’t physically examine you online, it is inappropriate and unethical to
prescribe you scheduled drugs. Hence you will have to see the physician for the medicines that you require.
Regarding the diet, restrict your salt, fat and sugar intake. Salt should be less than 4-5 grams per day. A diet that includes fruits, vegetables, fiber-containing foods, and low-fat milk is advised. People with diabetes can eat rice, corn, cassava, potato and other such starch XXXXXXX food items but they should be taken in moderation.

As a good diet, you can take bed tea with toast/cracker etc, then a mid-day meal of less sugary fruit (half of banana, guava, cucumber, carrot, half of medium size XXXXXXX etc but fruits like mango, water melon, grapes etc should be taken in very small quantities. An advice from a dietitian will be helpful.
Add more fruits and vegetables especially XXXXXXX leafy vegetables to your diet and take less of sugars and sugar XXXXXXX foods, aerated drinks and fats. Try to lose some weight if you are overweight and exercise regularly to prevent diabetes. Take walks during your lunch break and try walking to the close by places rather than using a car.
Hope this answers your query. I will be glad to answer the follow up queries that you have.
Please accept my answer in case you do not have further queries.
Wishing you good health.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal.
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Follow-up: Medical test done. What does the values signify? Suggest medicine and diet for high BP, blood sugar and cholesterol 5 hours later
Hi Doctor,
Many Thanks for suggesting Dietary Food. I expect atleast best medicine for Hypertention BP. I am consuming Amtas AT-5mg. but never seen my BP at normal. at the best 90/125 seen. will you please suggest me best Medicine for Hypertention.

Again Warm Regards & Many Thanks.
Answered by Dr. Rakhi Tayal 26 minutes later
Thanks for writing again.
A blood pressure of 125/90 is not ideal for your age. Diastolic blood pressure of 90mm Hg is slightly on a higher side.
It is always recommended to take your antihypertensives regularly without missing any doses. The effect on readings of blood pressure will be seen after two months of regular treatment. If still there is no relief it mean that the drugs you are getting are insufficient to control your blood pressure and the treatment you are getting needs to be reconsidered.
Walking around is a mild exercise which diverts the blood flow to your extremities thus decreasing the cardiac work load. It is not a treatment of hypertension but helps in maintaining a constant reading. It is best to indulge in such light exercise at least five days a week.
Reducing fatty foods, salt and increasing citrus fruits,garlic,fish ,brown rice in your diet helps.Also avoid smoking , alcohol and stress.Try yoga, meditation and reduce your weight to lower your blood pressure.
In case all these changes do not help then you can consult your physician for increasing the dosage of the combination of medicines (Amtas-AT) you are taking.
Hope my answer is helpful.
Do accept my answer in case there are no further queries.
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